In this clear introduction to Deuteronomy aimed for preachers, pastors and Bible students, Paul Barker covers the major themes and issues of the fifth book of the Bible. Helpful study questions at the end of each chapter provide opportunity for discussion in groups. This integral Old Testament book comes alive in this very useful guide.
In Deuteronomy we discover the rich theology of the God who keeps promises, for Deuteronomy is a book which encourages and persuades us to trust in a faithful God.
PAUL BARKER has been Regional Coordinator for Asia for Langham Preaching and Langham Scholar Care since 2014. His PhD was published as The Triumph of Grace in Deuteronomy. He has written books and articles on Amos, Psalms, Deuteronomy and preaching. He was Senior Minister at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Doncaster, Melbourne, Australia for many years before living in Asia, teaching in seminaries and training preachers since late 2009. In November 2016 he will become an Assistant Bishop in the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne.
Table of Contents
1 - Learning from the Past
2 - The God of the Covenant
3 - The God of Discipline and Grace
4 - Worshipping God
5 - Loving Your Neighbour
6 - A Heart for God
Appendix: Preaching Deuteronomy
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